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Come and Get It! Making Business Intelligence More Consumable, Part 1 Summary
Business intelligence (BI) users are faced with problems on a scale hardly imagined just a few years ago. Responding to these problems requires an understanding of who the information workers are, what technologies work best for them and how to change their BI environments. In this first part of a three-part series, Claudia Imhoff and Colin White describe the history of information workers and discuss their characteristics.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Information Management, Analytics

by Claudia Imhoff, Colin White | 3 comments
Tracking the Elusive Key Performance Indicator Summary
Bill Inmon gives the reasons for key performance indicator (KPI) restlessness.

Topics: Performance Management, KPI, Business Intelligence
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by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
No Company is an Island – Beyond the Enterprise Summary
Tim Leonard looks at three innovative ideas to support the business that will truly add business value – media stream data warehouse, textual integration and voice data warehouse.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Analytics

by Timothy Leonard | 1 comment
Cloud Computing for the Enterprise Summary
In Cyrus Golkar's interview with Chet Kapoor, Kapoor insists that now is the time for cloud computing.

Topics: SaaS (Software as a Service), Cloud Computing

by Cyrus Golkar | 0 comments
An Easy Way for Mid-Market Companies to Get into the Business Intelligence Game Summary
Lyndsay Wise looks at the proliferation of dashboard use and the concept of using dashboards as a bridge between operational solutions and insight into business practices and data.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Lyndsay Wise | 2 comments
Practical Approaches to Data Quality Management in Business Intelligence and Performance Management Summary
John Thuma explains how fixing data quality at the source will enable businesses to grow, scale and reduce risk. Data quality management also means fewer silos, less reliance on expensive human talent and much less uncertainty.

Topics: Information Quality (IQ), Business Intelligence, Performance Management, Data Quality

by John Thuma | 2 comments
Knowledge Management in the Federal Government: What’s Happening? Summary
Dr. Ramon Barquin takes a look at federal knowledge management. The support of the current administration may enable yet unforeseen advancements in the discipline.

Topics: Information Management, Knowledge Management

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
In Search of Good Data Stewards: A Guide to Finding Them in Your Organization Summary
Laura Madsen describes the role of a data steward and provides advice for selecting the right people to become data stewards.

Topics: Data Governance, Analytics, Data Stewardship
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by Laura Madsen | 0 comments
Budgeting Time for Data Stewardship Summary
Frank Dravis identifies the two factors that need to be considered when projecting staff data stewardship headcounts.

Topics: Data Governance, Data Stewardship
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by Frank Dravis | 1 comment
The Emerging Leaders in Performance Management, Part 2 Summary
Craig Schiff continues his discussion of the emerging leaders that are making a significant impact in the performance management market despite the strong presence of larger legacy vendors.

Topics: Performance Management

by Craig Schiff | 0 comments
The Evolution of Unstructured Data Summary
The forces of evolution are at work on the technology surrounding unstructured data says Bill Inmon. In this article, he notes that in this current state of evolution of textual integration, the height of practicality can be reached.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Unstructured Data, Text Analytics
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by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Monitoring Performance with Dashboards Summary
Dashboards provide graphical depictions of current key performance indicators. Because the technologies for implementing dashboards have improved significantly over the years, Dan Power revisits the implementation of dashboards to monitor operational performance.

Topics: Business Intelligence, KPI, Dashboards
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by Dan Power | 0 comments
Master Data Management and the Challenge of Reality Summary
Malcolm Chisholm reminds us that records cannot be created in the absence of governance with the expectation that they can be matched up later.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
A Different Perspective on “Doing More With Less” in Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence Summary
The fundamental concept of “doing more with less” is a fact of life for many people and their organizations. In this article, William Shoemaker notes that it is the mind-set and approach of how this is accomplished that can drive the overall success of data warehousing and business intelligence initiatives.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Performance Management, Outsourcing & Consulting, Management

by William Shoemaker | 0 comments
The Trial-and-Error Method for Data Integration Summary
Rick Sherman takes a quick look at some areas where companies tend to go wrong in data integration or extract, transform and load (ETL) processing.

Topics: Data Integration, Data Warehousing, Data Management

by Rick Sherman | 2 comments

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